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Can URL Rewrite work for Web Services?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
I have a WebService and the URL that we use to access it is as follows: https://our.domain.name/ForCertain/myservice.svc/Method1 https://our.domain.name/ForCertain/myservice.svc/Method2 etc. I have tried in vain to remove the myservice.svc node from the url using the URL Rewrite module that I installed in IIS 7, but I can not seem toget it to work.  So my questions are: 1) Does this work for web services at all? 2) If so, where can I find an example? I want to end up with: https://our.domain.name/ForCertain/Method1 https://our.domain.name/ForCertain/Method2 etc. The site name is https://our.domain.name/ForCertain and the individual methods are WebMethods exposed in the service.  myservice.svc is obviously the svc file name in the web site. Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.

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